If you often work on HTTP logs (IR analysis or threat detection), this teler tool could be handy https://github.com/kitabisa/teler
This is really cool, Twitter showing this warning now on certain tweets showing data obtained illegally https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/hacked-materials https://t.co/XLHd7MMVfp
Sandworm campaign targeting Centreon systems - @CERT_FR https://www.cert.ssi.gouv.fr/uploads/CERTFR-2021-CTI-005.pdf (PDF) #threatintel #sandworm
#SolarLeaks updated their post, it contains a mysterious hash as proof 25b23446e6c29a8a1a0aac37fc3b65543fae4a7a385ac88dc3a5a3b1f42e6a9e. A message for someone?
Logging in to an old BTC account and realize I have 0.2 left. Feels good man. https://t.co/VQZG1k1wr4
Is it normal to find a legitimate SolarWinds code-signing certificate, visible on VT since late 2019? 439bcd0a17d53837bc29fb51c0abd9d52a747227f97133f8ad794d9cc0ef191e (according to https://github.com/fireeye/sunburst_countermeasures/blob/main/indicator_release/Indicator_Release_Hashes.csv)
The Russian Federation is not considered a "nation-state". So if you're going to attribute cyberattacks to Russia (or any state), please don't say "nation-state cyberattacks". The term "government-backed attacks" is probably best suited for most cases. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nation_state#In_practice